Matthew Williamson explores the role of hunger and appetite in political debate as it was enacted on the early modern stage. Considering a range of canonical and non-canonical early modern drama, this book engages with key Renaissance literary themes ranging from revolt and colonialism to hospitality, gender and class.
Chef Matt Williamson serves up an abundance of culinary inspiration from around the world, from breakfast classics such as French toast to Mexican barbecues, delicious baking suggestions to three-course meals. Whatever the season, this is your essential companion to the perfect lazy weekend.
This book is written in a cookbook style. Each chapter consists of recipes, each of which is composed of step-by-step instructions to complete a particular task. Each recipe also includes tips, alternatives, and references to other recipes or appropriate external sources. The book can be explored chapter by chapter or in no particular order. This book is intended for all levels of network administrators. If you are an advanced user of pfSense, then you can flip to a particular recipe and quickly accomplish the task at hand, while if you are new to pfSense, you can read chapter by chapter and learn all of the features of the system from the ground up.